Sunday, August 16, 2009

Be the Change ...

Hi everyone! Hope you are having a glorious weekend. We are getting ready to host my sister-in-law and soon-to-be brother-in-law for a lunchtime BBQ. I still have to go to the grocery store for a few items.

I {love} this Mahatma Ghandi quote on this Unity Stamp! I think this is my favorite quote ever.

I stamped this quote quite a while ago, but had never finished creating a card with it. I won this stamp from Tamara (and Unity...thanks!) back in June.

Thanks for stopping by and have a good one!

Card Ingredients
Stamps: Be the Change (Unity)
Paper: kraft & Sweet Slumber Speciality paper (SU!)
Ink: VersaMark
Tools: Corner Rounder (Fiskars)
Other: clear embossing powder, tiny buttons (Hero Arts), other buttons (Making Memories - Chloe's Closet), dew drops, thread, white gel pen (Sakura), foam tape, Kraft Taffeta ribbon (SU!)


Ann said...

That IS a wonderful quote--one of my faves, too. I love all the buttons and bits!

claudia shadler said...

this is very cute, I love the SU! specialty paper, I love that quote as well! very cute with the buttons surrounding it! Have fun at the BBQ! I wish my bros and their wives would visit but they are too far away, but someday!

Clouds :D

Angie Tieman said...

Beautiful card!! So simple and stunning, love that sentiment too!

Lydia said...

Great card I love the outline around the buttons it looks wonderful!!

Sankari W. said...

oooo Anthonette- your card is simply beautiful!! I adore that Gandhi quote also - how absolutely true! LOVE the sweet embellies that you have done with the sentiment - beautiful Anthonette!!! Sending you big hugs!!! Sorry to be MIA for a little while there - just wanted to tell you how rocking you are!!! PS and Kalino looks SOOOOO cute - he looks so much more mature!
hope all is well with the fam! Sending you big hugs my friend!!
Sankari :)

Savitri said...

What a great quote and I LOVE the card. The buttons are cute cute cute!!

Yaneri said...

Ohhh! so nicely done!!!

~kelly marie~ said...

Gorgeous! I love the way you used the buttons. It is such a wonderful quote!